Auditions for Water Works Theatre Company’s 2016 Season

Auditions Schedule:

MARCH 5, 6, and 7
Starr Presbyterian Church, 13 Mile Rd at Crooks Rd
Performance Dates: July 28 – August 7

Richard III By William Shakespeare Directed by Stephanie Buck

Twelfth Night By William Shakespeare Directed by Nancy Kammer

Auditions: March 5 & 6 from 1:00 – 9:00pm
Callbacks: March 7 from 5:00 – 9:00pm

Location is the Starr Presbyterian Church, 1717 West 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, Michigan. Map

Please prepare two contrasting Shakespeare pieces, no longer than 4 minutes total and bring two resumes and headshots.

Actors who wish to make an appointment for the general auditions should reserve their preferred time via email at: admin@waterworkstheatre.com or voice mail by calling 248-399-3727.

Please include your name, the date and time of your preferred slot, and a phone number where we can contact you to confirm or change your appointment.

All prospective acting interns should attend auditions. We support non-traditional casting.

All roles are open to Equity and non-Equity Actors, with the exception of Richard and Anne in Richard III. Equity actors will be engaged under a Special Appearance Contract. All non-Equity actors, including interns, will be paid a stipend. Rehearsals will begin June 25 for non-union, July 1 for AEA.

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Richard III By William Shakespeare Directed by Stephanie Buck

Twelfth Night By William Shakespeare Directed by Nancy Kammer

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